As an organization focused on youth development and community service, Youth Volunteer Corps has been exploring ways to continue supporting community needs and exploring virtual ways to engage in service learning. We hope this list inspires you and reminds each of us that we are not powerless in this time of uncertainty.
Poster featuring twenty ideas for children.
A list of remote classrooms, virtual craft and dance workshops, celebrity bedtime stories, and much more.
After three seasons of this pandemic during which kids could mostly cure their cabin fever with bike rides and socially distanced outdoor games, we’re staring down the next few months of winter, where one short day pushes into the next short day. The kids are done. D-O-N-E. The parents are out of ideas and patience.
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Governor Murphy and Superintendent Callahan Announce Administrative Order Clarifying Capacity Limits for Indoor Sports Practices and Competitions and
Indoor sports practices and competitions are subject to current indoor gathering limits, which was most recently set at 10 persons. However, a practice or competition can proceed with more than 10 persons if individuals who are not necessary for the activity, such as spectators, are not present.
Making a quick dish in the kitchen may not seem like the perfect teaching moment but it could provide several benefits.
Stepping up to meet the needs of families impacted during these unprecedented times, the Department of Family & Community Health Sciences is offering new virtual programs for families both in Monmouth County and beyond. These programs are offered online with a variety of evidence-based resources and provide participants information that focuses on health and wellness.
NJPAC in Your Living Room is a curated collection of past Arts Center performances, content from our partners, educational videos for children and much more.
Parents and caregivers taking a pivotal role in their children’s education at home have a deep reservoir of support in the Ocean County Library’s online learning services, free with a valid Library card.
Provides science museum virtual visits, activities, and a guide to learning programming with children.
Virtual tours of aquariums around the world.
Keeping a regular learning schedule for kids and teens is a must. Here are popular schedules based on age and ability.
Mindfulness activities for kids in the classroom. Mindfulness worksheets and printables that help build coping skills and self-control.
This list includes age-appropriate podcasts for everyone, from young children to seniors.
Space themed activities for children and families. Enjoy storytime from space, learn how to become an astronaut, tour space museums, and explore the stars and constellations.
Ten theater ideas for the stars in your family. Chose from Hamilton, Count Basie Theater, the Algonquin, and more. Free and low-cost options available.
Virtually visit zoos throughout the world, with live cams of your favorite animals and facebook live events.
The Class that Can by Riya Jain and JJ Vulopas will help you explain the novel coronavirus to your children. NJ Family provides exclusive access to this new COVID-19 book for kids
The COVID NineTEEN project provides FREE teen-led activities and one-on-one tutoring meant to support elementary school students. Our teen mentors help keep children motivated and take the stress off of parents. We are a group of motivated teen mentors for elementary school children to help them fill their time and continue to flourish despite the uncertainty of the outside world. Parents sign up for our weekly newsletter and the weekend prior, an email is sent with the activities and timing for the week.
CDC has produced a series of factsheets for young adults, ages 15-21. The factsheets cover a variety of topics, including what test results mean, how to stay safe at the pool or beach, how to wear a face covering and other preventive measures.